Disney 4-Movie Collection: Dogs 2 (Journey Natty Gan /Rascal / Benji the Hunted / Where the Red Fern Grows)
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Experience four cherished Disney movies featuring man's best friend -- together for the first time in one incredible DVD set. These heartwarming and hilarious tales of adventure, loyalty and friendship will entertain and inspire the entire family. Take a journey with a courageous young girl as she embarks on a cross-country search for her father accompanied only by a hardened drifter and a magnificent, protective wolf in THE JOURNEY OF NATTY GANN. The excitement continues with America's favorite four-pawed hero in BENJI THE HUNTED and the timeless tale, WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS. Then, get ready to laugh along with a boy, his dog ... and his pet raccoon in the hilarious family favorite, RASCAL. Make no bones about it -- these four films will have your whole family begging for more.
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"Where the Red Fern Grows" is a pretty faithful adaptation of the book, so if you enjoyed the book you will like the movie as well. The boy playing Billy does very well in the role, but it ends the same as the book so be prepared to cry if you're a tenderheart like me.
"Rascal" is done in the classic Disney style, with a cute animal getting into trouble. It's paced pretty well and it has an interesting setting, Wisconsin at the turn of the century. Younger kids will find some of the scenes pretty hilarious but the laughs are a little thin for adults.
"The Journey of Natty Gann" has a female main character, which is a nice change, and has a pretty good story. It has some stars that you may recognize, like a young John Cusack, and Ray Wise. Parents of younger kids might want to have a quick watch before showing it to younger kids under 12 or so, it has a lot of realistic situations from the Depression and the life of hobos riding the rails, plus some language. The dogfight scene is especially intense. I will say that the DVD transfer for this was AWFUL. I think they must have lost the archive copy and gotten the source for the DVD off a beat up VHS from the Goodwill. The first few minutes of the film during the opening logo and credits shake like a tape that needs to be tracked, but this effect becomes less noticeable later.
I GIVE THE OWNERS OF THESE DOGS A 10